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I have a 2005 Scion can The car won't start Put in a new starter and an ignition switch There is electoral current but does not catch when I turn on key What do I check now?

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There's an electoral current ... as in the electoral college that put President Trump in office?

In other news, have you checked the battery connections? Are the headlights bright? What about the neutral safety switch? Does it work? You could have a defective starter solenoid, if it's not jammed!

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